After being the driving force behind last year’s FA Youth Cup victory, Garnacho was given new terms in appreciation for a breakthrough season at Old Trafford.
However, Ten Hag has cautioned the 18-year-old Argentine international that he now faces even higher expectations and urged him to improve once more.
First of all, in my opinion, he deserves the prize because it demonstrates his ability to advance to the next level, demonstrating not only his talent but also his determination,’ Ten Hag said.
As a result of higher expectations and unquestionably higher demands, this is a fresh start or restart.
He is moving forward; his strong character accounts for why he is present at this level right now and did it on his own.
“Now more work is coming to go because the demands are higher.”. Although it’s great that he succeeded, we do expect more from him.
It implies that, although they must merit it, we will provide opportunities for young players. Give me what you deserve when I say give.
They must earn it with their feet and demonstrate it on the field. To do this, they must invest heavily in their training and Under-21 performances before waiting for another opportunity to prove themselves.
“Alejandro is that step beyond, but the demands will now be even higher.”. For a spot in the starting XI, he must contend.
Every time is the same: you must push boundaries and advance to the next level.
Although we support him during the challenge, the player must complete it. ‘.
Wout Weghorst and Manchester United “have not spoken about a long term stay”
There are rumors that Manchester United and Wout Weghorst have not yet spoken about Weghorst possibly becoming a permanent member of the team during the summer transfer window.
The 30-year-old played 25 times across all competitions after moving to Old Trafford on loan from Burnley in January. He has been a regular for the Red Devils in the second half of the season.
Despite making 12 Premier League appearances for the club, Weghorst has only managed two goals and three assists for Erik ten Hag’s team and has yet to score.
The 20-time English champions have been approached by the Netherlands international about a permanent transfer this summer.
The experienced forward has the potential to sign a long-term contract with Man United, but negotiations have not yet taken place, according to The Telegraph.
Weghorst’s contract with Burnley, which has been relegated to the Premier League for the 2023–24 season, has two more years left to run.
The forward spent the first half of this season on loan at Besiktas before joining Man United, and it is thought that the Clarets are once more willing to let him go.
Weghorst left Wolfsburg for Burnley in January 2022, but during his 20 appearances for the parent club across all competitions, he only managed two goals and three assists.
Due to Anthony Martial’s injury issues, Weghorst was able to start for the Red Devils 19 straight games after joining the team in the winter transfer window.
With Martial regaining fitness and Marcus Rashford also being used through the middle, the Dutchman has, however, been on the sidelines lately.
This summer, Man United are in the market for a high-priced center-forward. Victor Osimhen of Napoli, Lautaro Martinez of Inter Milan, and Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur have all been linked with moves to Old Trafford.
But Martial might leave permanently, and there have been rumors that Weghorst might be signed as a backup forward to a high-paid number nine.
Other Premier League clubs are reportedly interested in the seasoned striker, and Besiktas are reportedly eager to re-sign him in the summer transfer window.